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9,322 Possible Causes for CULTURE

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The colonization status was compared to the culture results during the first UTI episode within 6 months after transplantation.[] Urine culture was positive for 74/269(27.5%) of the clinically suspected children.[] However, the usefulness of the culture results of perioperative colonizers in predicting the causal organism during early UTI seems limited due to the low concordance rate[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Given their accuracy, rapidity, and ease of use, should they replace antigen detection and culture for the detection of bacterial pharyngitis?[] (obtained on day 2) throat culture plate.[] Culture results remained positive at a stable rate for each time interval, ranging from 5-10%.[]

  • Skin Infection

    The culture may be obtained from an uninfected wound and lead to unnecessary antibiotic therapy.[] This occurred 10 years after nodules on her right forearm caused by a culture-proven Mycobacterium marinum infection.[] Diagnosis was confirmed on culture, histology, and 18S ribosomal RNA polymerase chain reaction.[]

  • Sinusitis

    We followed the international comprehensive guidelines for translation and cross-cultural adaptation of QoL instruments.[] […] directed sinus cultures.[] A second surgery was performed, and the same fungal hyphae were found in the mucus and on culture, which led us to suspect AFRS.[]

  • Influenza

    The test correctly identified 179 of the 204 culture positive specimens and 203 of the 221 culture negative specimens; the sensitivity and specificity compared with the culture[] culture-positive at baseline.[] […] yields live virus) A and B NP 5 swab, throat swab, NP 5 or bronchial wash, nasal or endotracheal aspirate, sputum; (specimens placed in VTM 8 ) 1-3 days No Viral tissue cell culture[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Blood cultures were also taken for those with pneumonia to rule out bacterial co-infection.[] Available blood and sputum cultures were analysed. A total of 165 elderly persons (mean age, 82 /-6.8 years) were hospitalised with a lower respiratory tract infection.[] Three of 7 (43%) CF infants with respiratory syncytial virus infection (documented by culture) required hospitalization.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Blood cultures from the recipient and cultures of remnants from the pooled PLT bag grew group C streptococci (GCS).[] Pharyngeal culture grew Streptococcus pyogenes that was sensitive to cefaclor. Laboratory findings showed elevated serum levels of antibody against streptolysin O.[] […] the results are available because of the time required for growth of the bacterial cultures.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Reovirus particles were identified by electron microscopic examination of both the stool suspension and cell culture supernatant.[] Stool culture identified Edwardsiella tarda O4: H4, and no other pathogenic bacteria were detected.[] ( 15 years) with AGE admitted to one of four hospitals in the Central Denmark Region were examined for rotavirus with VIKIA Rota-Adeno rapid test in addition to routine culture[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Cultures obtained usually grow streptococci and/or Bacteroides.[] All laboratory test results of cultures, rapid antigen, and polymerase chain reaction tests for S. pyogenes infections during the first 18 years of life were collected to[] All laboratory test results of cultures, rapid antigen detection, and polymerase chain reaction tests for S. pyogenes infections during the first 18 years of life were collected[]

  • Meningitis

    Microscopic observation of drug susceptibility (MODS) culture more rapidly became positive compared to other culture methods.[] Early bacterial culture of CSF is important for timely diagnosis. With sufficient antibiotic therapy, the prognosis can be favorable.[] The patient was treated with ceftriaxone and ampicillin for 24 days; the treatment was deemed successful based on negative blood cultures on day 4.[]

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